Abstract

Three new species of Canadian Late Cretaceous amber phorids are described: Prioriphora intermedia, Prioriphora longicostalis, and Prioriphora setifemoralis. A key to the species of the fossil genus Prioriphora is provided, and the paleoecology of the amber sites is discussed. One piece of amber contained an unusually large number (~30) of specimens.

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